Google is Working on a New Tool to Make Emails More Secure

Google is reportedly working on a service that would bring end-to-end encryption to Gmail users and make their email platform more secure. The effort is called Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) encryption. However as PC World points out, Google scans user emails for advertising purposes, so they will probably not turn the feature on automatically as Yahoo recently did. Instead, they will more likely make it available to the small percentage of users that take the time to turn it on. 

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